Have you ever been planning your Kitchen refresh, and been completely overwhelmed by the buzzwords surrounding the different finishes of doors?

It’s amazing how quickly the simple request of ‘I’d like a grey kitchen, with oak worktops’ is met by a flurry of questions. High gloss dust grey or dove grey? High gloss? Ultragloss? Matt? Fingerprint resistant? You leave feeling you had a clear idea for your kitchen refit, and now there’s nothing but unclear terms, and even less clear advantages.

If so, read on to see, clearly, the advantages and disadvantages of the different kitchen door finishes.

Ultragloss Vs. High Gloss

Firstly, and most obviously, both are glossy!

High gloss doors are a tried and tested approach to finishes, with a high gloss texture, without being overly reflective. These doors can come in a range of styles, from handleless, slab, and shaker, to the more unusual cathedral arch or colonial styles. There’s also a range of colours available, including greys, blues and whites.

Ultragloss is a newer approach to making kitchen doors, and allows for a highly gloss, reflective finish that gives a modern, sleek look. If you want to maximize light, and give an impression of space, take a look at Ultragloss! The downside? The way these doors are made only allow for slab style doors, with fewer colours than high gloss.

If you’re still not quite sure, why not give us a call on 01825 701125, or email us your question at hello@kitchendooroutlet.co.uk. Alternatively, you can always order some samples and see for yourself! Colour swatches are completely free, and sample doors are only £3.99 delivered.